Founded in Nafpaktos (Greece) in 1980.
The Monastic and Missionary Fraternity of Monks has been a pillar of the local and wider community, providing important charitable, Christian, and developmental work without discrimination.
The Monks are aided in their work by numerous volunteers, who provide support for the various activities organized by the monastic community in service to our fellow man, who is the image of our God and Creator. These activities are based on Christian love, like that of the early Christians and of the first coenobitic Christian monasteries. The Fraternity of the Transfiguration of the Savior of Nafpaktos is a non-profit, fully self-financed organization. Its foundation is every good citizen, who believes in the power of love taught by Jesus Christ and strength in unity for the achievement of the common good, without discrimination.
Archimandrite Spyridon Logothetis is the driving force behind and Founder of the Men’s Coenobium of the Transfiguration of the Savior in Nafpaktos, in Western Greece.
Without a doubt, father Spyridon’s crowning work is the planning, founding, construction, organization, operation, and direction of the Missionary Center – Holy Monastery of the Transfiguration of the Savior of Nafpaktos, founded in 1977 at Skala, Nafpaktia municipality. He served as the first Great Evergete, Founder, Elder, and First Kathegumen of this important religious institution. Built on the traditional values of Orthodox Monasticism and Hellenism, its numerous Ecclesiastical, Monastic, Missionary, National, Charitable, Social, Scholarly, and other activities are a testament to its enduring, active role in the wider social and religious frame.
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Work in Progress in our Monastery.
The difficult task of completing this Byzantine-style Church in a period of prolonged financial crisis was beyond the modest capabilities of the Monks. Crucial work remains to be done for the Church to be considered complete (tiling of the roof, thermal insulation, windows, doors, surrounding area, frescoes, liturgical equipment, etc.). Friends of the Monastery are kindly asked to donate what they can for the completion of the Church.
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AHEPA supports the process of restoration of our Monastery
The Supreme President of AHEPA visited the facilities of the Monastery and congratulated
for the very important work that the monastery offers to the community